Decision Making with Excel for Managers
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Decision Making with Excel for Managers

Practical guide how to use Excel to make data driven, rational choices
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4.6 (64 ratings)
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Created by Asen Gyczew
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 44 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Make much better decisions as a Manager
  • Master data driven approach to decision making
  • Analyze any decision in Excel using data driven approach
  • Carry out make-or-buy analysis
  • Analyze different scenarios in Excel
  • Analyze in Excel potential investments, strategic decision and pick the best option for your business
Requirements
  • Basic or intermediate Excel
  • Basic knowledge of economics or finance
Description

What is the aim of this course?

As a manager you will be tempted to trust your guts and use your experience to decide what and how to do it. Quite often this approach may be misleading. It is much better to use data driven approach and before you make the decision look at the potential consequences. In this course I will show you how to make more rational choices as a manger using Excel. We will go through a lot of case studies that will help you master this skill.

In the course you will learn the following things:

  1. How to be data driven in solving problems

  2. How to make better decisions using Excel

  3. How to handle uncertainty when you are making decisions

  4. Which method, framework you should use in a specific situation

This course is based on my 15 years of experience as a consultant in top consulting firms and as a Board Member responsible for strategy, performance improvement and turn-arounds in biggest firms from Retail, FMCG, SMG, B2B and services sectors that I worked for. I have carried or supervised over 90 different performance improvement projects in different industries that generated in total 2 billion of additional EBITDA. On many occasions I had to grow, coach and supervise manger, directors and CEOs. On the basis of what you will find in this course I have trained in person over 100 consultants, business analysts and managers who now are Partners in PE and VC funds, Investment Directors and Business Analysts in PE and VC, Operational Directors, COO, CRO, CEO, Directors in Consulting Companies, Board Members etc. On top of that my courses on Udemy were already taken by more than 55 000 students including people working in EY, Walmart, Booz Allen Hamilton, Alvarez & Marsal, PwC, Dell, Walgreens, Orange and many others

I teach through case studies, so you will have a lot of lectures showing examples of analyses, tools that we use. To every lecture you will find attached (in additional resources) the Excels as well as additional presentations, materials shown in the lectures so as a part of this course you will also get a library of ready-made analyses that can, with certain modification, be applied by you or your team in your work.

Why I decided to create this course?

I had the pleasure to support numerous Managers, Directors, COOs, CEOs and I have noticed that making decisions is a complicated process that requires a lot of data and the right approach to balance the pros and cons. You also have to take into account the uncertainty that managers have to deal with on daily basis. When you transition from a specialist to a manger or a director usually nobody shows you how to make decisions using data driven approach. We will try to fix this gap. This course will help you master numerous techniques that will make your life easier and help you make the right decisions.

To sum it up, I believe that if you want to be a successful manager and CEO you should master techniques and frameworks that will help you make better decisions. I will show in this course numerous useful methods and will teach how to use them in practice. That is why. I highly recommend this course not only to young managers, entrepreneurs but also for senior managers who want to learn data driven approach to decision making.

In what way will you benefit from this course?

The course is a practical, step by step guide loaded with tones of analyses, tricks, hints that will significantly improve the speed of analyzing and making decisions. There is little theory – mainly examples, a lot of tips from my own experience as well as other notable examples worth mentioning. Our intention is that thanks to the course you will learn:

  1. How to be data driven in solving problems

  2. How to make better decisions using Excel

  3. How to handle uncertainty when you are making decisions

  4. Which method, framework you should use in a specific situation

You can also ask me any question either through the discussion field or by messaging me directly.

How the course is organized?

The course is divided currently in 5 sections. Currently you will find the following sections:

  • Introduction. We begin with little intro into the course as well as some general info how the course is organized

  • Basic tools to make decisions. In the second section I will show you the essential tools that we will use to make decisions. I will show you what NPV, IRR, time value of money is. Later on we will go through 5 cases where we will apply this frameworks to make specific decisions on whether investment makes sense or not

  • Option comparison. In this section I will show you how to compare different options. We will go through 3 cases: how to shorten the lifespan of a product, whether it makes sense to transition from selling a product to selling a service (SMCG), what is a better choice to rent or to buy an apartment?

  • Rankings. In the section number 4 I will how to use rankings in practice. In one case we will analyze entering a foreign markets. In the second example we will use the framework to pick the perfect boyfriend for a friend

  • Make-or-buy Analysis. As a manager you will quite often have to decide whether to something internally or buy it from 3rd party supplier. In this cases you have to perform make-or-buy analysis. We will discuss this in detail in this section

  • What to do when there is a lot of uncertainty. As a manager quite often you will have to somehow take into account the uncertainty. In this section we will see how we can take it into account to make better decisions. We will discuss here: voting models, backward logic, strategic alignment framework, value proposition framework, portfolio decision framework

You will be able also to download many additional resources

  1. Ready-made analyses that you can use for your firm

  2. Tools that you can use for your firm

  3. List of useful resources

  4. Links to additional presentations, articles and movies

  5. Links to books worth reading


At the end of my course, students will be able to…

  • Make much better decisions as a Manager

  • Master data driven approach to decision making

  • Analyze any decision in Excel using data driven approach

  • Carry out make-or-buy analysis

  • Analyze different scenarios in Excel

  • Analyze in Excel potential investments, strategic decision and pick the best option for your business


Who should take this course? Who should not?

  • Managers who want to make better decisions

  • Owners of small and mid-sized businesses

  • Management Consultants and Business Analysts

  • Startup Founders

What will students need to know or do before starting this course?

  • Basic or intermediate Excel

  • Basic knowledge of economics or finance

Who this course is for:
  • Managers who want to make better decisions
  • Owners of small and mid-sized businesses
  • Management Consultants and Business Analysts
  • Investment Analysts working in PE or VC
  • Startup Founders
Course content
Expand all 122 lectures 05:14:56
+ Introduction
5 lectures 09:17

We begin with little intro into the course as well as some general info how the course is organized

Preview 02:04

A few words about your humble teacher

Preview 01:47

Here I will show you how the course is organized and how you can make the most out of it

How this course will be organized?
02:17

Here I will show you what to do if a blurry image appears

How to deal with Blurry image
02:04

Here I will show you how to find additional resources attached to the coruse like Excel files, presentations, links etc.

How to reach additional resources
01:05
+ Essential tools to make decisions.
33 lectures 01:26:37

In the second section I will show you the essential tools that we will use to make decisions. I will show you what NPV, IRR, time value of money is. Later on we will go through 5 cases where we will apply this frameworks to make specific decisions on whether investment makes sense or not

Preview 01:32

In this lecture we will discuss the time value of money in other words what is the difference in value between 100 USD received today and 100 USD received tomorrow

Preview 03:42

In this lecture I will show you how to calculate the time value of money in Excel

Preview 02:30

In this lecture we will discuss what NPV - Net Present Value is and how to use it in practice

  • NPV stands for Net Present Value

  • NPV is the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows over a period of time usually related to some investment

  • It’s used to determine whether something (action, investment etc.) makes sense or not

NPV enables you to make decisions about specific investment. We will discuss how to use that as well. Later on we will use this concep extensivelly to make decisions about investments

Preview 04:06

In this lecture we will discuss what NPV - Net Present Value is and how to use it in practice

  • NPV stands for Net Present Value

  • NPV is the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows over a period of time usually related to some investment

  • It’s used to determine whether something (action, investment etc.) makes sense or not

NPV enables you to make decisions about specific investment. We will discuss how to use that as well. Later on we will use this concep extensivelly to make decisions about investments

Preview 02:04

Linked to NPV is the so called IRR. We will discuss it in this lecture:

  • IRR stands for Internal Rate of Return

  • IRR is a discount rate that makes the net present value (NPV) of all cash flows from a particular project equal to zero

  • IRR tells us how much you would have to earn on saving account every year to get to the same results as from the investment you are anlayzing

IRR
02:11

In this lecture I will show you how to use in practice in Excel the NPV

NPV – How to calculate it in Excel
03:58

We will start by sharing some general thoughts on investments, why we do them and what we want to achieve. We will use this to later on define the way we calculate the expected returns and to check whether the investment makes sense or not

Preview 04:04

We will have a look how to calculate whether an invesment that replaces current asset makes sense. Here we will use the cases study of sanding machine in the plywood

Preview 01:05

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Preview 03:16

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Preview 02:07

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Preview 04:21

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Replacement Investment – Solution in Power Point
01:32

Some investments are required by the customer. Such cases study we will analyze in the next few lectures. Our customers asked us to invest in PET (plastic bottles) lines. In next lectures we will analyze whether this investment makes sense

Required by customer investment – Introduction (PET)
01:28

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Required by customer investment – Costs
03:22

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Required by customer investment – Benefits
01:48

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Required by customer investment – NPV
03:08

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Required by customer investment – Solution in Power Point
01:27

A different animals are the investment in bottlenecks. Here we dont' look at costs savings but rather the greater impact we can make on the EBITDA. This is what we will analyze in the next few lectures

Investment in bottleneck removal – Introduction
02:07

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Investment in bottleneck removal – Costs
03:48

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Investment in bottleneck removal – Benefits
02:40

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Investment in bottleneck removal – NPV
03:04

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Investment in bottleneck removal – Solution in Power Point
02:12

In the next lectures we will see how to calculate whether an investment that will help us save costs makes sense or not. This time around we will do it for a retailer and we will see whether investment in LED bulbs makes economic sense

Cost reduction Investment – Retail – Introduction
01:14

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Retail – Current Costs
04:08

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Retail – Future Costs
02:22

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Retail – NPV
02:50

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Retail – Solution in Power Point
01:29

In the next lectures we will see how to calculate whether an investment that will help us save costs makes sense or not. This time around we will do it for a ceramic tiles producer. We will see whether an invesment in robots makes sense

Cost reduction Investment – Ceramic Tiles – Introduction
01:30

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Ceramic Tiles – Current Costs
02:23

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Ceramic Tiles – Future Costs
02:41

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study


Cost reduction Investment – Ceramic Tiles – NPV
04:22

In this lecture we will solve previously introduced case study

Cost reduction Investment – Ceramic Tiles – Solution in Power Point
02:06
+ Option comparison
24 lectures 01:03:10

Quiten often you have to compare different options and pick the best one. In this section I will show you different methods. You will learn the following things:

  • Total cost of ownership

  • Case Study – rent or buy a house

  • Case Study – how to shorten the lifespan of a product

  • Case Study – is better to sell a product or a service

Preview 01:30

Here we will discuss a very useful concept that is used in business and should be also used when making serious long-term decisions the so called the total cost of ownership

Preview 02:43

Let’s imagine that Peter is considering 2 choice: buying an apartment or renting it. Let’s use the total cost of ownership to see what makes sense.

Preview 01:17

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Preview 03:17

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Preview 04:20

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Preview 04:12

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Preview 02:05

Imagine that you are working for a ceramic tiles producer that wants to change the frequency at which customers are remodeling its houses. Your task is to analyze and decide which way is the best

Preview 01:59

There are some standard ways to make people shorten the lifespan. In this lecture we will discuss them

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – General rules
03:49

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Current Situation
02:46

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Fad
02:35

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Lower Costs
01:46

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Simplify Exchange
01:23

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Parameters
02:24

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Comparison
01:22

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to shorten the lifespan of a product – Solution in Power Point
01:56

More and more SMCG businesses are considering switching from just selling the product and loosing track of the customer to selling service which usually, helps you increase your link with your customer base and earn more at the same time

From SMCG to service – Introduction – Part 1
03:03

More and more SMCG businesses are considering switching from just selling the product and loosing track of the customer to selling service which usually, helps you increase your link with your customer base and earn more at the same time

From SMCG to service – Introduction – Part 2
04:43

Here I will introduce the case study of a smart phone producer that wants to shift from product sales to service sales. We will be solving the case study in the next few lectures

From SMCG to service – Case Introduction
00:53

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

From SMCG to service – If sold as a product
04:18

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

From SMCG to service – If sold as a service – Part 1
03:01

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

From SMCG to service – If sold as a service – Part 2
03:01

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

From SMCG to service – Comparison
02:06

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

From SMCG to service – Solution in Power Point
02:41
+ Rankings
16 lectures 42:36

In this section I will show you how to use rankings to make decisions. We will see how to enter other coutries using rankings and finding the most promising markets. We will use also use rankings to rank potential boyfriends

Preview 01:01

Creating an expansion strategy requires you to do a number of things. I will show you in this lecture how to approach this subject

Preview 02:23

In this lecture I will start the case study that we will be solving for the next few lectures. Imagine that you are a Spanish fashion retailer and you want to figure out which countries you should enter. Therefore, you prepare a ranking of countrires that show attractivness and the size of each and every market.

Preview 02:17

In this lecture I will show you the data you need for this case study

Preview 03:44

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Expansion strategy into other countries – Which function to use
04:53

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Preview 03:32

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Expansion strategy into other countries – Solution in Power Point
02:30

We will help Maria pick the ideal guy / boyfriend. For this try we will use a specific ranking which will take into account 4 criteria

How to chose the right boyfriend – Introduction
00:54

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – Ranking in Excel
03:37

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – Ranking Summary of Results
02:41

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – Criteria how they are defined
04:19

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – List of options & Vlookup
01:17

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – VLOOKUP
02:55

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – VLOOKUP & Match
03:38

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – Final remarks
01:43

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

How to chose the right boyfriend – Solution in Power Point
01:12
+ Make-or-buy analysis
9 lectures 20:17

As a manager you will quite often have to decide whether to something internally or buy it from 3rd party supplier. In this cases you have to perform make-or-buy analysis. We will discuss this in detail in this section

Make it or buy it – Introduction
01:28

We are back to Maria. Using previous case study we will try to decide which activities she should delegate using the make-or-buy analysis.

Delegating some work to others – Case Introduction
01:25

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Delegating some work to others – Analysis of activities
02:57

In this lecture I will show you the solution to previously introduced case study

Delegating some work to others – Summary
01:47

Imagine that you have to analyze for a consulting firm whether it makes sense or not to produce online course devoted to Data Science. In this lecture I will show you a few information about the firm that we will use to pick the optimal solution

Make-or-buy courses – Case Introduction
01:37

In this lecture we will solve previously introduce case study. We will have a look at the make option

Make-or-buy courses – Make Option
03:51

In this lecture we will solve previously introduce case study. We will have a look at the buy option and we will compare make and buy options.

Make-or-buy courses – Buy Option
01:50

In this lecture we will solve previously introduce case study. We will have a look at the buy option and we will compare make and buy options.

Make-or-buy courses – Comparison
02:40

In some cases even if it is more expensive to make than to buy it still makes sense to make:

  • There is no content on the right level

  • Your standard differs from the general standards

  • You treat the teaching system also as a standardization tool

  • You grow drastically in terms of people

  • You want to keep the knowledge to yourself

  • There are not specialists in a specific area

  • Legal reasons & NDAs

Make it or buy it – When to make even if it is more expensive
02:42
+ What to do when there is a lot of uncertainty
34 lectures 01:31:45

As a manager quite often you will have to somehow take into account the uncertainty. In this section we will see how we can take it into account to make better decisions. We will discuss here: voting models, backward logic, strategic alignment framework, value proposition framework, portfolio decision framework

Preview 01:26

Quite often you have to make important decision faced with uncertainty. In those situation it is very useful to apply the so called decision tree. In this lecture I will show you how to use this technique 

Decision Tree Analysis – Introduction
03:12

Quite often you have to make important decision faced with uncertainty. In those situation it is very useful to apply the so called decision tree. In this lecture I will show you how to use this technique 

Decision Tree Analysis – Solution
02:30

Let's see how you can use the scenario analysis to deal with uncertainty. Here I will explain what it is and later on we will use it in a cases study

Scenario analysis – Introduction
03:21

Price formula in B2B services can drastically impact the margins and net profit. In this lecture we will go through a case that will show you how to approach analysis of price formula with uncertainty on the scenario that will happen 

Which price formula is the best for my profits – Introduction
02:47

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Which price formula is the best for my profits – Solution – Times & Materials
03:47

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Which price formula is the best for my profits – Solution – Mixed Options
02:37

A lot of decisions can be made using voting. The are 4 main things you have to decide on:

  • What is the majority rule / threshold to vote in favor of an option?

  • How many votes each person eligible to vote has?

  • Are all votes treated equally or some people have preferred votes?

  • Does anybody have the veto right?

We will discuss in this lecture some examples of voting systems

Preview 03:32

Imagine that you have to decide which new type of aircraft to start servicing

  • We will first vote on Dreamliner B787

  • We will use 3 different models of voting

  • We will also see how the many vote model works

Voting models – Case Introduction
01:01
Voting models – Case Solution – One vote
02:35

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Voting models – Case Solution – Preffered vote
01:26

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Voting models – Case Solution – Veto
02:35

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Voting models – Case Solution – Many votes
02:11

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Voting models – When it makes sense to use them
01:33

In this lecture I show the backward thinking /induction. This approach enables you to design the whole process, company on the bases of the expected outcome

Preview 02:43

Let’s try to put the backward reasoning to practice. In this case study we will use it to decide what effort has to be done to 10x the current business. A few information about the retailer

  • He has currently 100 stores. Each store sales are equal to EUR 2 M

  • He wants to 10x the business up to Year 5

  • Estimate what LFL growth he must get and how many stores he must open

  • Assuming EUR 1 M per store estimate the Capex

  • Estimate how many people he has to recruit assuming 6 people per store

Backward logic based decisions – Case Introduction
01:03

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Backward logic based decisions – Solution
04:10

Backward logic can be used in many situations. Below some of them

  • You have a clear goal in the future but not a clear path towards it

  • You want to estimate the pace needed to reach the goal

  • You want to check the implications for you or your department

  • You want to see what are the limitations preventing you from reaching the goal

  • You want to see whether the goal is not too ambitious

  • You want to see whether the goal does not require too big resources

Backward logic based decisions – When it makes sense to use it
02:14

In the strategic alignment framework we divide projects into 4 groups using 2 criteria:

  • Is it aligned with the overall strategy?

  • Estimated impact

I will show you in the next lectures how to use this in practice

Strategic alignment framework – Introduction
03:32

Imagine that you have to help a producer of products from milk to decide which projects he should implement and which to neglect

A few information about the firm

  • They want to 3x EBITDA in 5 years

  • They have defined a strategy for the next 5 years

  • They have 10 projects that they consider

Let's help tehm select projects given their strategy

Strategic alignment framework – Case Introduction
02:02

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Strategic alignment framework – Overiew of Projects
04:53

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Strategic alignment framework – Did we achieved the goal
02:49

Strategic alignment framework can be used in many situations. Below some of them

  • You have many projects

  • Projects were generated by different departments

  • Projects are not necessary aligned with the strategy

  • You have limited resources (money & people)

  • Organization has to be focused

  • There are many stakeholders

Strategic alignment framework – When it makes sense to use it
02:15

In value proposition alignment framework you select projects that will be the most efficient in improving customer satisfaction

  • Below how you should use the value proposition alignment framework to make the decisions

  • Define the customer segment

  • Define the value proposition for the segment

  • Pick the metric & measure the current state

  • List projects that will improve the situation

  • Select projects and implement

Value proposition alignment framework – Introduction
03:12

Now let’s help Fast Food Salad Chain pick the right projects to improve the customer value proposition.

A few information about the salad chain

  • 100 location in Easter Europe

  • Their NPS is currently 30%

  • They want to improve the NPS to 50%

  • They are analyzing 6 different projects

Value proposition alignment framework – Cases Introduction
00:53

In this lecture I will show you the data you will need to solve the case study

Value proposition alignment framework – Data Available
02:51

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Value proposition alignment framework – Overview of Project Part 1
03:54

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Value proposition alignment framework – Overview of Project Part 2
03:47

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Value proposition alignment framework – Solution Summary
03:24

In many cases you don’t have to be right on every decision but only on average. In this case portfolio decision making comes very handy

Below how you should use the portfolio management to make decisions

  • List potential projects you consider

  • Estimate their potential impacts & probabilities

  • Group them by risk groups

  • Define the number of projects you will invest in

  • Pick the projects diversifying the risk

Portfolio decision making – Introduction
03:10

Let’s have a look at a plywood producer that considers 15 different projects

  • 3 plants

  • They have 15 investment ideas

  • Use portfolio management to decide which one to pick

  • You cannot spend more than EUR 30 M

Portfolio decision making – Case Introduction
00:33

In this lecture I will show the data available for the case study that you will need to solve the case

Portfolio decision making – Available Data
03:05

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Portfolio decision making – Solution in Excel
04:22

In this lecture I will show you how to solve the case shown in the previous lectures 

Portfolio decision making – When it makes sense to use it
02:20
+ Conclusions
1 lecture 01:14

Here you will find suggested other courses that are worth taking along with special discounts for you. I hope you will enjoy the other courses as well. If you have any requests regarding new courses please let me know!.

Bonus Lecture
01:14